An adult Disneyland, a bold experiment in the way contemporary art is displayed, a temple to sex and death or one man's obsessive folly—David Walsh's Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart has become the most talked-about gallery in the country. It opened with the local art world's most lavish party in January and the visitors have just kept coming since then, more than 200,000 according to the gallery. So what is MONA's appeal and can it be sustained? Amanda Smith is in conversation with artistic director Juliana Engberg, philosopher John Armstrong and artist Peter Hill.
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